Yuma County, Colorado
Photographs

COGenWeb Logo

Home Page Photograph Index Site Index

Yuma County Pioneers

William J. Albright



William cash-claimed a quarter in 15, 3N 48W in 1890, near a number of other 1890-1891 cash claimants.
He had a record of a timber claim in 4N 47W, and a cash claim in 2N 48W, but these two weren't completed.

William J. Albright married Bessie E. Goodwin in Denver August 30, 1891, Rev. G.W. Ray of Denver proformed the ceemony.

In 1899 his land in 3N 48W was to be sold at auction to pay a note made to Harington Emerson, trustee.

1900 "Mrs. Will Albright of Denver and Mrs. Muntzing of Akron are visiting their Yuma friends."

In Denver in 1900, they might be the John Albright born May 1865 in Illinois, married six years to Bessie Jan 1870 Illinois, where John is a capenter.

In 1908 Bessie Albright was pardoned by Colorado Governor Henry Buchtel for the crime of vagrancy.

There's a Bessie Albright in Denver County Hospital in 1910, 45, born in Iowa, married, no kids, listed as both a patient and a laundress.

There's a William J. ALbright dying July 24, 1938, buried in Williamson County, Illinois, per # 109769982.
This one was born December 13, 1878 in Johnson County, Illinois to William Albright and Nettie Duggen, and his wife was Nora.

POSSIBLE

There'a a Bessie Goodwin in 1880 Marshall County, Iowa, age 15, with James 42 and Ellen 39. Anna 17, Bessie 15, Charles 12, Mattie 9, Jennie 7, and Mary 1 wee all born in Iowa,.
She might be the one marrying Dennie O'Leary in Marshall County November 1887.

IF ANYONE HAS INFORMATION ON WILLIAM J. ALBRIGHT IN YUMA COUNTY< PLEASE LET US KNOW.




Back to Pioneer Photographs.


This page is maintained by m.d. monk.